EAT SUSHI restaurants choose AURES
Today, there are over 40 outlets, in France, Belgium and Martinique.
The chain has chosen AURES to supply all its point-of-sale IT hardware.
- Cash desks in EAT SUSHI restaurants are equipped with several Odyssé II terminals featuring a graphite grey base and "cassis" colour clips - a perfect match for the brand's visual identity - along with dedicated Odyssé Pack ODP 200H receipt printers.
- The EAT SUSHI outlets' kitchens boast wall-mounted AURES' panel PCs (W-Touch for example) along with ODP 200H printers, enabling staff to manage orders and outside deliveries.
- In the back office, Poséo Retail PCs have been deployed: these act as servers and keep the outlets in touch with Head Office.
Management and till software installed on AURES' hardware has been developed by EAT SUSHI's IT Department.
About EAT SUSHI
With over 40 outlets, EAT SUSHI is one of France's leading Japanese restaurant and takeaway chains. Fuelled by unbridled enthusiasm for good eating, the founders opened their first outlet in Rue des Martyrs, Paris in 2006.
With franchises now present in towns and cities across France, EAT SUSHI features Japanese cooking that combines creativity and tradition.
Meals are available as takeaways, by delivery, or to eat in, with many dishes served at the table and presented on a characteristic "sushi-go-round".
Founded in 1989 and listed on Euronext Paris since 1999, AURES manufactures point of sale terminals and systems, as well as related peripherals.
Acclaimed for its excellent reliability, this PC-based, open-system EPOS hardware is designed to provide management and till functions in specialist food and non-food stores, retail outlets, superstores, the catering and hospitality industry - and all other points of sale and service.
Offering EPOS equipment featuring innovative designs and a wide range of fully interchangeable colours, the AURES Group is positioned as the most creative leader in its field.
Distribution of AURES' EPOS hardware is based out of the Group's headquarters in France, its three subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Germany and the USA, and a distributor network present in over fifty countries.
*Electronic Point of Sale terminals
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